Sunday, November 14, 2010

A homage to Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru as paid by me that washed on the f.b on Nov.14,2010.

Bishwa Nath Singh :

The Birth Anniversary of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru falls today i.e the 14th of November that is celebrated all over the country and even far and wide as the Children's Day with great festivity .Pandit Nehru loved children immensely all through out his life. Let us have glimpse of salient features of his life!

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.Tushar Shah happy childrens day

.Aravind Pandey बाल-दिवस:Children's Day:

Jesus Said:Doors of Heaven are Open for Those Who are Child !

तुम खुदा, भगवान को, ग़र, चाहते हो देखना.

बस, ज़रा बच्चे सा तुतलाकर, उन्हें आवाज़ दो

Bishwa Nath Singh:

The grateful country will celebrate the Birth Anniversary of the world's greatest statesman Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru as Children's Day who had distinction to serve his motherland as its first Prime Minister since India got independence for seventeen long years who is known as an architect of modern India .Let us join t...o pay our most respectful homage to him on that occasion! He believed that children are the future of the nation and that is why from his life time, his birthday is observed as Children's Day.
(Photo of Pandit Nehru)

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Bishwa Nath Singh:

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India after the nation got independence on the 15th of August 1947 from British colonial rule that had ruled over our country for many centauries. He had served the country as the Prime... Minister till he died on the 27 th of May 1964. He was born at Allahabad on the 14th of November 1889. He was the only son of Motilal Nehru and Swarup Rani. From the age of fifteen to twenty three, he had studied in England at Harrow, Cambridge and the Inner Temple and had returned to India in 1912.He had taken active part in our freedom movement in pre-independence era and was very close to Mahatma Gandhi. He was imprisoned for many years on many occasions during that freedom movement He served as the Prime Minister of India for over seventeen years and can be rightly called as the architect of modern India. He had set our nation on the path of democracy and nurtured its institution - Parliament, multi-party system, independent judiciary and free press. He had also encouraged “Panchayati Raj” institutions.As being a seasoned statesman he had created institutions like Planning Commission, National Science Laboratories and laid the foundation of a vast public sector for developing infrastructure for industrial growth besides developing public sector.. He was keen to encourage the private sector to establish a social order based on social justice .He had emphasized the need of planned development. He had given a clear direction to India’s role in International arena with the policy of non alignment and the principle of “Panch Sheel” , the five principles of peaceful coexistence at a time when the rivalries of cold-war were driving the humanity to its doom. His vision was that of extensive application of science and technology and industrialization for better living and liberation from the clutches of poverty and ignorance. Education to him was very important for internal freedom and fearlessness. It was he who had insisted if the world was to exist at all; it must exist as one. He was generous , very gracious and passionate besides being very punctual to his timings. He was a prolific writer in English and wrote a number of books like ‘The Discovery of India’, ‘Glimpses of World History’, his autobiography, ‘towards Freedom' (1936) ran nine editions in the first year alone. Emotional sensitivity and intellectual passion bear testimony in his writings, giving people unusual appeal and direction that holds good even today. He was awarded Bharat Ratna in 1955. He always remembered our county’s great cultural heritage and had tried to combine tradition with modernity. He was a passionate advocate of education for India's children and youth, believing it essential for India's progress in future. His government oversaw the establishment of many institutions of higher learning, including the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, the Indian Institutes of Technology and the Indian Institutes of Management. Nehru also outlined a commitment in his five-year plans to guarantee free and compulsory primary education to all of India's children. For this purpose, Nehru oversaw the creation of mass village enrollment program and the construction of thousands of schools. Nehru also launched initiatives such as the provision of free milk and meals to children in order to fight malnutrition. Adult education centers, vocational and technical schools were also organized for adults, especially in the rural areas. Under Nehru, the Indian Parliament enacted many changes to Hindu law to criminalize caste discrimination and increase the legal rights and social freedoms of women system of reservations in government services and educational institutions was created to eradicate the social inequalities and disadvantages faced by peoples of the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes. Nehru also championed secularism and religious harmony, increasing the representation of minorities in government. He had tried his best to induce green revolution in Agriculture so that the nation could be self sufficient in matter of farm produce. During his lifetime, he had enjoyed an iconic status in India and was widely admired across the world for his idealism and statesmanship. His birthday the 14 of November, is celebrated in India as Baal Divas (Children's Day) in recognition of his life long passion and work for the welfare, education and development of children and youth.. Children across India remember him as Chacha Nehru (Uncle Nehru).Let us pay our most respectful homage to Pandit Nehru whose Birth anniversary falls tomorrow on the 14th of November and pledge to help celebrating Children’s day with great festivity and success and strive hard to establish good rapport with others based on everlasting friendship so that we can live in peace and make our nation very strong.!

Tushar Shah Nehruji is a perfect politician.

Aravind Pandey बाल-दिवस:Children's Day:

Jesus Said:Doors of Heaven are Open for Those Who are Child !

तुम खुदा, भगवान को, ग़र, चाहते हो देखना.

बस, ज़रा बच्चे सा तुतलाकर, उन्हें आवाज़ दो


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